Conditions for joining the movement
Inclusion as a linked object
If you want to join the LOGOLIB™ Movement please place your artwork within a separate side of your website and send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, giving the adress of the side, a biography of your person or group and a description of your artwork concerning critical transformation or transgression of logo or design aesthetics, fitting to the submentioned principles. Please do not send us files of your artwork! If your submission is accepted, we will set a link to your artwork, and ask you for a thumbnail. Please note the Linked Object Agreement.
LOGOLIB™ is a global, evolutive all open and non for profit art movement reflecting the functionally alarming and dubious aesthetics of logo and graphic design and initiating their transgression, transfiguration and transformation within the Aesthetics of the Universal Structure of Formal Canons.
The exposed objects represent works of art, standing under the protection of the constitutional right of freedom of art without any commercial connotations.
The movement is strictly using
only peaceful, enlightening evolutionary soft means, rejecting all kinds of
subversive, destructive, aggressive, injuring, harming and violating attacks
aigainst established rights and structures. LOGOLIB™ never intends anarchic and
offending activities like "pull off a flurry of dètournements, boycotts
and pranks, jamming summits and meetings, launch suits against networks,
destabilizing social structures, storming networks with accumulated mindbombs,
take control of the streets, the billboards, the busstops and the whole urban
LOGOLIB™ is metaphorically in the first step rebinding the
functionally and economically deviated formal and substantial principles of
logos and graphic design to the Infinite Source of all finite formal and
substantial possibilities. In the second step after rebinding and
contextual reformulation the forms are reimplemented in the cultural and
social fields in a liberated and transfigured manner. The Universal Aesthetics
imply a new evolutive step in the development of mankind formulated as a
Catalogue of New Basic Rights of Humanism and Socialism (
to other global movements
These universalistic basics of the unity of mankind are constitutive and regulative principles for all emerging movements opposing capitalism-centered and anti-corporate globalization like http://www.adbusters.org and others. But according to LOGOLIB™ the abovementioned universal structures may be realized exclusively by peaceful means, never violating existing rights and structures. Note the difference between:
a) acitivities, which are destructing, damaging and violating existing rights and structures, without elaborating precise and detailed plans and models for better social structures and economic relations and strategies for their evolutive transformation and
b) activities, which are not destructing, damaging and violating existing rights and structures, trnascending and transgressing the defective and deficient social formations of presence by exposing precise and detailed outlines and models for better social structures and economic relations and strategies for their evolutive transformation like
agreement sets out the terms and conditions by which you agree to allow us to
include your artwork in Logolib™
as a linked object. This agreement is accepted as concluded
for your side by sending the data of your linked object to Or-Om.org
and is becoming valid for Or-Om.org after putting your data to Logolib™.
is an online archive of net art projects that is assembled and maintained by
Or-Om.org, a nonprofit organization. The goals of the Logolib™
are to transgress and transfigure functional aesthetics of logo and graphic
design. and to provide access to artworks in the context of critical discourse.
objects include information about an artwork ("metadata"), such as
the artist's name, the date the project was created, the project's title,
original URL, keywords, technologies used, an artist's statement and a
thumbnail image. Artists who submit artworks as linked objects provide us with
such metadata, which we may then edit to ensure completeness, consistency and
accuracy. To access the artwork itself, users click on an "Original
URL" link that leads to another server.
though you submit metadata about your artwork to Or-Om.org for inclusion in
and execute this agreement, you retain all rights in your artwork.
including metadata about your artwork in the Logolib™,
you are not precluded from any form of exhibition, online or offline. Neither
of us will seek or be entitled to any compensation from the other by reason of
Or-Om.org including metadata about your artwork in the Logolib™
or by our linking to your artwork.
may use the fact that your artwork has been included in the Logolib™
on your resume or curriculum vitae, or to promote your artwork in other ways.
You may also link to the Logolib™
or to the metadata about your artwork in the Logolib™.
you ask us to remove the metadata about your artwork from the Logolib™,
we will endeavor to do so within 60 days of receipt of your request. Requests
may be sent via email to email@example.com. Note: removing the metadata about
your artwork means removing it from the Logolib™
grant Or-Om.org the right to link to your artwork and to use your name, the
title of your artwork, and all other metadata about your artwork that you
submit to us, including the thumbnail image of or taken from your artwork, on
the Or-Om.org web site.
reserve the right to make changes to the metadata you provide about your
artwork for the purposes of completeness, consistency and accuracy.
reserve the right to remove the metadata about your artwork from the Logolib™
at any time for good reason. Good reason includes, but is not limited to,
claims that we may have some legal responsibility for linking to your artwork
if it infringes the rights of third parties, is libellous or is defamatory.
agree to keep the contact information in your member record on the Or-Om.org
web site up-to-date and accurate.
You agree to notify us of any changes to the URL at which your artwork is available so that we can keep the Original URL field up-to-date. Such notice
shall be sent via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We agree to use reasonable efforts to ensure that the metadata that you
provide about your artwork remains secure and accessible for the future by
providing high web server availability and redundant backups.
We agree to notify you if we remove the link and any metadata that you have
supplied from the Logolib™
in accordance with Section 3 above.
Representations; Disclaimers; Limitation of Liability
represent that the thumbnail image and the other metadata that you provide to
us do not infringe the intellectual property rights of any other person, that
you have the rights to authorize Or-Om.org to include such metadata in the
and to link to your artwork and that you are authorized to enter into this
We represent that we are authorized to enter into this agreement, and we
disclaim all other representations and warranties, express or implied.
Neither Or-Om.org nor any of its officers, directors, employees, agents,
representatives, information providers or licensors ("Affiliates")
represent or warrant that the Logolib™
will be available or will be uninterrupted or error free, or that access to
will be secure, or that information contained in Logolib™
will be accurate.
In no event will Or-Om.org, or any of its Affiliates be liable to you for any
direct or other damages arising out of our linking to your artwork, this
agreement or the Logolib™.
You agree to defend, indemnify and hold harmless Or-Om.org and its Affiliates
from and against all third-party claims and expenses (including attorneys'
fees) arising out of our including metadata about your artwork in the Logolib™,
including, but not limited to, any breach of any of your representations.
We agree to defend, indemnify and hold you harmless against all third-party
claims and expenses (including attorneys' fees) arising out of the Logolib™
(other than claims and expenses arising out of any breach of your
representations), including, but not limited to, any breach of any of our